Fuse box diagram, Ford, F250, 2011.

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Asked by Apr 05, 2016 at 08:17 AM about the Ford F-250

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Trailer lights not working. Truck tail lights are working.

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check wiring between trailer and tail lights.. you might have a broken wire..picture is just fyi (if your connector is round)

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If the trucks lights are working then it is not a fuse. Is the rig equipped with a factory trailer package? If so check the connectors on the relay box and at the rear trailer connector where it connects to the trucks rear main harness.

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What / where is relay box

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This one

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Where is the fuse for Trailor lights located on F-250 super duty 2005

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Super Duty should be in the inside fuse block, on the drivers side.

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